Yesterday’s Treasures, an upscale resale shop, is a non-profit high-end resale shop that helps support the Hunterdon Health Foundation, which is the fundraising organization for the Hunterdon Health System.
Your donations and purchases help to support the Foundation’s mission to assist Hunterdon Medical Center (HMC) in fulfilling their mission to meet the community’s need for high-quality healthcare. The shop is largely staffed by passionate and knowledgeable volunteers and has a wide variety of unique furniture, home décor, artwork, jewelry, glass, china, and pottery sets.
From brand new items to antique pieces, our volunteers put new “treasures” out for sale every day! Items that have been in the store quite a while may have a RED line through the price meaning it’s 50% OFF!
We have filled the store with newly donated items!
Artwork | Home Goods | Seasonal Décor | Games | Jewelry | Glassware | China and Pottery Sets and so much more! All these great items have been donated by families all around Hunterdon County. Come meet the creative and helpful volunteers that largely staff the store and go on your own “Treasure Hunt”!
Please peruse our beautiful displays
Walking into Yesterday’s Treasures is like entering a treasure hunt where you will find everything you never knew you needed! It is also a wonderful shop to find gifts for friends and loved ones. Donations come from our community family, whether from estates, downsizing, or “time for a change” homes from Hunterdon and surrounding counties. We have received precious donations that hold fond family memories, such as that beautiful pecan breakfront that Mom would never let you touch as a child. These items are then sold to customers searching for their next “do it yourself” project, that missing piece of the dish set, or the perfect piece of artwork to complete a room.
One mother and soon-to-be mother-in-law went on the search for 129 different and unique china dinner plates and flatware that would be the table setting for their son and daughter’s barn-style wedding. The wedding party’s table would be set with the bride’s “great grandmother’s” full china set. Many of the entertainment centers that can no longer store large flat-screen TVs are now being repurposed into a hutch with hooks and baskets for the mudroom or have shelves added for a beautiful display piece or gift wrapping center.
For items that are donated to the store that doesn’t get plucked by a buyer, the life cycle of “giving” remains in motion. We are consistently looking for other local charities that can better use these items for the county’s neediest members or families. We are also looking for local business partners interested in donating goods or services to the shop.
If you are interested in donating items or services, please call the shop at 908-237-6097. Items must be GENTLY USED, CLEAN or NEW to be donated. For large donations please email photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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